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The future Houston Texans quarterback had an expectedly superb showing against Vanderbilt, throwing four touchdowns on 25-35 passing in a 56-24 victory. Then, also as we’ve come to expect from Manziel, he went all YOLO and showed up his coach with the classic “tongue out” photobombed. I’m sure Kevin Sumlin loves this kind of stuff…
Johnny Manziel’s First Half Against Alabama Includes Scrambling, Play Making, And Trucking Security Guards
He helped the guy up, but probably could have avoided running into him in first place, had he used any of the attributes he uses to avoid Alabama’s pass rush. Also, one of his trademark scrambles after the jump…
This. Guy. Can’t. Stop. Being. AWESOME. Come check out the two ridiculously over-the-top incidents from today’s game, where Johnny Manziel basically told everyone he’s the shit.
According to reports, head coach Kevin Sumlin defeated one of his players in an epic game recently. No doubt because Sumlin grew up in a time when Four Square was still played in schoolyards.
Three are dead, including two college football players, after a late night car crash near Albuquerque.
Celebrity isn’t always fun. Sometimes it’s really really really really fun! So why does J-Football want to get the hell out of Texas A&M? Here are the six best theories our in-house social scientists could come up with.
You might notice something strange about this photo of Johnny Manziel in Cabo, which Busted Coverage first got their hands on: yes, that is what appears to be a tattoo of the Texas Longhorns logo on his abs.
Johnny Manziel is a football player, but Johnny Manziel is also an athlete-student in college. Which means he takes classes, with other students, and gets grades and has tests and writes papers. Which also means that he has to go to class, should he want to artificially boost his grades with that ever-friendly participation grade. You’d think.
Early Monday evening, 18-year-old Texas A&M freshman wide receiver Thomas Johnson went missing. The details surrounding his disappearance are scarce (stupid rumors aside), as the only information known was that he was seen leaving his dorm around 5 p.m. Monday in “street clothes.” But now it appears he has been found.